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BeitragVerfasst am: 12 Dez 2006 - 19:45:59    Titel:

simple present! wird nicht für die vergangenheit benutzt. simple past schon.
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BeitragVerfasst am: 12 Dez 2006 - 20:00:39    Titel:

du ähm nur mal so ne ganz blöde frage ... sind da noch viele fehler drinne???
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BeitragVerfasst am: 12 Dez 2006 - 20:01:46    Titel:

du ähm nur mal so ne ganz blöde frage ... sind da noch viele fehler drinne???
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BeitragVerfasst am: 12 Dez 2006 - 20:32:43    Titel:

Jule <3 hat folgendes geschrieben:
du ähm nur mal so ne ganz blöde frage ... sind da noch viele fehler drinne???


ja, klar. wenn du die korrekturen, die man dir sagt, nicht einbaust. dann bleibt es halt falsch.

a) he Native Canadians
have played (play) it long before the Europeans arrived (arrive) The Indian name for it is "baggataway", but when the French explorers have seen (see) the game , they called (call)it "la crosse" - after the stick a bishop carries. In 1867 , when the Canadians founded (found) the National Lacrosse Association, they have not allowed not allow Native Canadians to play their own game

das liegt alles in der vergangenheit ohne bezug zur gegenwart.


b) ever ist ein signalwort! bitte beachten
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BeitragVerfasst am: 12 Dez 2006 - 20:37:00    Titel:

Jule <3 hat folgendes geschrieben:
Dear Eileen,

I'm sorry I haven't written but I joined a new rock band, and we have been practising hard for the last two weeks. What have you done lately? During the holidays we
stayed with my aunt and uncle in Toronto again. They have lived in Canada for more than 15 years now (sie machen so weiter, nicht wahr?). My first visit was ten years ago, and since then I have been beeing in love with the place. Did you ever hear (you/ever/hear)of locrosse? It's the national sport in Canada. I have got to know it while I was there. The Native Canadians
have played it long before the Europeans arrived (arrive) The Indian name for it is "baggataway", but when the French explorers have seen the game , they called it "la crosse" - after the stick a bishop carries. In 1867 , when the Canadians founded (found) the National Lacrosse Association, they have not allowed Native Canadians to play their own game! That changed now, of course, and Indians took in the modern game for many years.
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BeitragVerfasst am: 12 Dez 2006 - 20:47:07    Titel:

so jetzt hab ich das alles geändert .. siehe 2 seite
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BeitragVerfasst am: 12 Dez 2006 - 20:49:22    Titel:

Dear Eileen,

I'm sorry I havn't written (not write) but I joined(join) a new rock band , and we have been practising(practise) hard for the last two weeks. What have you done(you/do)lately? In the holidays we
stayedstay with my aunt and uncle in Toronto again. They lived(live) in Canada for more than 15 years now. My first visit was(be) ten years ago, and since then I have been beeing(be)in love with the place. Have you ever heard (you/ever/hear)of locrosse? It's the national sport in Canada. I have got (get) to know it while I was (be) there. The Native Canadians
played (play) it long before the Europeans arrived (arrive) The Indian name for it is "baggataway", but when the French explorers saw (see) the game , they called (call)it "la crosse" - after the stick a bishop carries. In 1867 , when the Canadians founded (found) the National Lacrosse Association, they didn't allowed (not allow) Native Canadians to play their own game! That has been changing (change now) , of course, and Indians have been taking (take) part in the modern game of many years.
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BeitragVerfasst am: 12 Dez 2006 - 20:55:16    Titel:

I'm sorry I havn't written (not write) but I joined(join) a new rock band , and we have been practising(practise) hard for the last two weeks. What have you done(you/do)lately? In the holidays we
stayedstay with my aunt and uncle in Toronto again. They lived(live) in Canada for more than 15 years now. My first visit was(be) ten years ago, and since then I have been beeing (be)in love with the place. Have you ever heard (you/ever/hear)of locrosse? It's the national sport in Canada. I have got (get) to know it while I was (be) there. The Native Canadians
played (play) it long before the Europeans arrived (arrive) The Indian name for it is "baggataway", but when the French explorers saw (see) the game , they called (call)it "la crosse" - after the stick a bishop carries. In 1867 , when the Canadians founded (found) the National Lacrosse Association, they didn't allowed (not allow) Native Canadians to play their own game! That has been changing (change now) , of course, and Indians took take part in the modern game of many years.


so. mehr hilfe gibt's nicht.
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BeitragVerfasst am: 12 Dez 2006 - 21:00:28    Titel:

hast du da auch die rechtschreibfehler angestrichen???
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BeitragVerfasst am: 12 Dez 2006 - 21:04:38    Titel:

Dear Eileen,

I'm sorry I haven’t written (not write) but I joined (join) a new rock band, and we have been practising (practise) hard for the last two weeks. What have you done (you/do) lately? In the holidays we
stayed stay with my aunt and uncle in Toronto again. They have been living (live) in Canada for more than 15 years now. My first visit was (be) ten years ago, and since then I have been being (be) in love with the place. Have you ever heard (you/ever/hear) of lacrosse? It's the national sport in Canada. I have been getting (get) to know it while I was (be) there. The Native Canadians
played (play) it long before the Europeans arrived (arrive) The Indian name for it is "baggataway", but when the French explorers saw (see) the game, they called (call) it "la crosse" - after the stick a bishop carries. In 1867, when the Canadians founded (found) the National Lacrosse Association, they didn't allow not allow Native Canadians to play their own game! That changed now, of course, and Indians have taken take part in the modern game of many years.



müsste jetzt alles soweit stimmen .. ich weiß ich nerv ^^


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